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Re-Volt

Tesla Cruiser added 3 years ago

The release of Mega wheels inspired me to make something from an old classic game, which of course, I ended up messing up, but, the classic 'look' is still there... for those of you who remember the old N64/arcade system game 'Re-Volt', I present to you, my own personal rendition of a sporty looking RC car. It's actually surprisingly effective as a medic, and while I'm sure it can do anything else, I simply don't have the money to buy more stuff anymore.

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Creative Rating
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Function rating by JSU4.0
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Comments and Ratings
TheCyanDragon
3 years ago
@kinglagalot I haven't taken screenshots of how I usually play it, normally I slap five nanotech's on it and become the guy that the enemy team shoots at. It's ineffective under fire, but it's gotten more than a few enemies killed because they're too busy shooting me to worry about the rest of my team.
Lizard
3 years ago
RE-VOLT! One of my favourite games! good job :D

Ratings 10.0 creative and 9.0 practical0
CaptainDG
3 years ago
Nice idea,one of the best games of all time.Do Big Bertha next :D

Ratings 10.0 creative and 8.0 practical0
kinglagalot
3 years ago
I loved that game when i was a kid (played it on PC tho :P). I'm guessing you were going for the "main" car that is shown on the case. anyways since it doesn't seem like you are going for functionality (no weapons) you could have at least made it correct colors and a bit more effort on shaping (since it is so large)
EDIT: and now u have me tempted on making a (different) revolt car using these wheels (i have already tried making the medic car from revolt like a month ago but the shaping was retarded lol)
Gottchar
3 years ago
I only see an inefficient scout.

Ratings 1.0 practical0
Gamewizlaker
3 years ago
I only see a negative comment ;) If you have something constructive, say it! That's half the reason this site exists!

Ratings 9.5 creative0
TheCyanDragon
3 years ago
@JSU I really thought about trying to convert my F1 car to the mega wheels, but, I'd have to use up way more cubes in the process. Don't worry, though... I have other, and better ideas in store. I just need the RP to buy the cubes. x..X
M JSU
3 years ago
Formula one monster trucks.

Ratings 4.0 practical and 7.0 creative0

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